The Commission canceled the hearing, which would focus on the consequences of US taxpayer closures, the assistant notes. that Neil spoke to Munchin earlier on Wednesday.
One person familiar with the conversation between Mnichin and Neil confirmed that the two men spoke over the phone and had a productive conversation about the President's concerns about the government's exclusion and its impact on taxpayers.
During the conversation, Munchin surrendered his readiness to appear before the committee soon
CNN reached the Ministry of Finance for comment.
Neil sent his request to Munchin last Wednesday, but made it public for the day after President Donald Trump denied access to Afghanistan's convoy military aircraft, led by Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi, citing the closure.
Faced with a potential political blow for delays in processing refunds, the agency is committed to paying tax refunds by reversing the long-standing policy that rebates due to individuals and corporations remain unpaid at the time of the government's closure.
said Russell Wutt, acting Director of the Office of Management and Budget, told reporters on January 7th. He added that the Trump administration is working to make the exclusion "as painless as possible, in accordance with the law." A senior administration official told CNN that the change was backed by an 2011 IRS memorandum that tax refunds could be paid at the time of closure.
More than 46,000 people, or about 57% of the IRS's workforce, are twisted due to exclusion. The taxing season begins on Monday.
The National Treasury Employees Union, which represents approximately 70,000 IRS workers in the country, said last Tuesday that the executive could not continue to force more and more staff to appear in exchange for the IOU
"There is no doubt that the IRS needs to prepare for the 2019 submission season starting on January 28, and IRS employees want to work, "said union chairman Tony Reardon in a statement. "But the hard, cold reality is that they have already missed a salary and will soon be asked to work for free as long as closure lasts."